Laurence Fox has tweeted something silly again.
This time, commenting on goodness knows what, the actor-turned-outrage merchant expressed his sadness at the world’s current “bad times”.
His solution? Well…
Bad Times make hard men. Hard men make good times. Good times make soft men. Soft men make bad times.— Laurence Fox ✌???✌? (@LozzaFox) August 17, 2021
We are in bad times. We need MEN.
We wouldn’t dare speculate on what Laurence is after here. But, needless to say, Twitter had some thoughts.
Worst Grindr bio ever. https://t.co/odH3N5evmL— David Paisley (@DavidPaisley) August 17, 2021
Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to GB News. https://t.co/Te6rUks9hS— Count Binface (@CountBinface) August 17, 2021
Good times, bad times— Lucy Watson (@Lucywwatson) August 17, 2021
You know I’ve had my share
When my woman left home
For a brown eyed man
But, I still don’t seem to care https://t.co/WU0lGHM38Z
remember when men were hard— HK (@HKesvani) August 17, 2021
Sorry are you talking about men or do you mean eggs.— Rosie Holt (@RosieisaHolt) August 17, 2021
I agree with Laurence Fox. Hard men make good times, and we need more hard men pic.twitter.com/9VmzZq2ZxH— Owen Jones ? (@OwenJones84) August 17, 2021
Billie Piper wrote Day & Night at eighteen.— SHANE REACTION (@imshanereaction) August 17, 2021
Laurence Fox wrote this tweet at 43. pic.twitter.com/vhNeuugFL4
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